Council candidates face anxious wait in Camden and Barnet

09:13 23 May 2014

Camden and Barnet will begin counting this afternoon. Picture: Chris Ison/PA Archive

Camden and Barnet will begin counting this afternoon. Picture: Chris Ison/PA Archive

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While Haringey Council has already announced its results for yesterday’s local elections, votes cast in Camden and Barnet will not be counted until later today.

Both boroughs are set to begin the process at about 2pm.

Candidates will be waiting until the evening to learn of their fates, with the first results expected to come in from about 5pm.

Follow us on this website at our elections page and on Twitter – @HamandHigh – for all the facts, figures and reaction as the results arrive.

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Click here to find out what happened in Haringey’s Highgate ward and the rest of the borough overnight.

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